The main reason to stop in at L’Esplanade is for a terrace drink in Domme as the sun sets over the Dordogne with mind-boggling valley views. Teetering on the edge of the village ramparts, the hotel (double €100 to €…
Cleverly located across the street from the Imperfect, the lively Pluperfect serves up a winning selection of Belgian brews, cocktails and the occasional live concert.
Absolutely heaving come nightfall, this cavernous brasserie brews four beers, all under €5 a pint. Happy hour blurs into dinner once the flammeküeche (Alsatian flatbread; €6.90-7.40) arrives.
Small and sophisticated, this wine bar is considerably more grown-up than many of Limoges' drinking options. There are some two hundred bottles to choose from, as well as twenty wines by the glass.
Hip little bar supplying beers and late-night coffee to a pre-club crowd. In summer, punters spill onto the terrace in front of Église St-Aurélien.
Stop by this convivial bar à vins to sample a glass of the local Malbec paired with French tapas (snails!) to nibble on.
Time for a lemon-and-sugar crêpe break? This cosy spot serves nearly 50 varieties of tea alongside sweet and savory snacks.
Convivial hole-in-the-wall crammed with wines.
Sidle up to the copper bar at this local hang-out with great cocktails and occasional live music.